Learn how to update your payment method in Webflow.
Note: We’re transitioning to Workspaces, and are in the process of updating our content. Visit the Workspaces blog post to read more about these updates and changes, or visit our updated lesson on how to update your credit card. You can also learn how to check if your account is on Workspaces.
When you first subscribe to any paid Webflow plan, we ask you to provide a payment method to complete your purchase. This card will be stored in your account's billing page and used for all your future payments on that account, including any site plans added to sites in your dashboard.
In this lesson you'll learn:
The location of the active card in your account is dependent upon the type of account you have — either an individual account or a team account.
You can see your individual account's credit card under the Active card section of your billing settings:
Here, you can:
You can see your team account's credit card under the Active card section of your team's billing page if you are the Owner of that team:
Here, you can change the card or update its details.
When you purchase a team plan, the card used on this account is saved in your team account billing page, whether you're using the same card as your individual account or a different card. All site plan purchases for team projects use the card specified in your team account.
You can change or update your credit card on file within the billing settings of your account, whenever you would like. If your credit card on file has expired, you'll see a reminder to update your card details to continue your plan subscriptions without interruption.
To update your credit card on file:
Webflow accepts payment from almost any major credit or debit card, including:
You can remove your individual account's card on file on your own.
Important: Removing your active card on file will not immediately cancel any of your active site plan or account plan subscriptions, and all subscriptions will remain active.
However, if any of your plans are set to renew and you do not have a card on file, your subscription(s) will be become past due, and you will be notified by email. All past due subscriptions are extended a small grace period before final cancelation. To avoid plan cancelation when subscriptions are due for renewal, please ensure a valid credit card is on file.
To remove your individual account's card on file:
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